Chicago athletes spend quarantine like us: Posting on social media

Here are some of the best posts from stars of the Bulls, White Sox and more.

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Chicago Cubs players look at Javy Baez’s phone during more normal times.

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As authorities across the country issue stay-at-home orders to limit spread of the coronavirus, everyone stuck inside has had to find ways to stay entertained amid the crisis. That includes your favorite athletes from Chicago’s sports teams, who have been killing the time like many of us: By posting on Instagram.

Whether it’s a goofy bit, a heartfelt family moment or a mixture of the two, stars from our city’s favorite teams have tried to stay connected with fans. We may prefer to see slam dunks and dingers soon, but here’s our favorite posts in the meantime.

Tim Anderson’s starting lineup

Zach LaVine goes ISO on his dog, Grizzly

Yoan Moncada’s kids wish you a happy Opening Day from home...

... and Nick Delmonico’s do, too.

Nick Foles officially becomes a Bear

Jason Heyward’s got a very cute pup

Alex DeBrincat welcomes Burt to the family

Roquan Smith, Pat O’Donnell team up to raise $$$

Kealia Ohai: Happy Birthday, J.J., even if you cheat at cards

Kirby Dach offers his well-wishes

Lauri Markkanen embraces his inner photographer

Aaron Bummer’s type of social distancing

A very pensive Andrew Shaw

Willson Contreras to Chicago: ‘We will be back soon’

James McCann’s loves: His family and his grill

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